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  1. When should we work together? When should we work alone?

  2. Small Groups Timer

  3. Bremen Town Musicians

  4. Bremen Town Musicians

  5. Bremen Town Musicians

  6. Big Question:When should we work together? When should we work alone? • Monday • Tuesday • Wednesday • Thursday • Friday

  7. Bremen Town MusiciansMonday

  8. Bremen Town MusiciansMonday

  9. Today we will learn about: • new amazing words, • plurals, • author’s purpose, • plural nouns that change spelling

  10. Bremen Town Musicians

  11. partnership • part – ner – ship • A partnership happens when two or more people become partners and join together to share something. • My best friend and I have a real partnership—we do everything together. • The partnership of those people has lasted for many years.

  12. solution • so – lu - tion • A solution is the process of solving a problem. • The solution to that problem took a long time. • Mom came up with the solution by promising to drive me to the game.

  13. survival • sur – vi - val • Survival means the act of living on or of surviving. • The survival of the people in that fire depended on the firefighters. • Survival in a harsh place like the desert is difficult.

  14. Plurals –s, -es, -ies • flagged - skating • Both these words have a base word, an ending, and a spelling change. • Today you’ll learn about endings for plurals, words that mean “more than one.”

  15. Plurals –s, -es, -ies • stars - wishes • To make words mean “more than one,” the ending –s or –es is added. • The ending –s is added to most words; -es is added to words that end in sh, ch, tch, s, ss, or x.

  16. Plurals –s, -es, -ies • city - cities • If a word ends in a consonant followed by a y, you will change the y to an i and add -es.

  17. patches dishes boxes pennies farms ranches buddies glasses parties lunches messes foxes skirts candies sashes bodies ponies Plurals –s, -es, -ies

  18. Plurals –s, -es, -iesbaby, expert, bench, scratch, lady, basket, order, buddy, kiss, dancer, circus, candy

  19. Plurals –s, -es, -iesbaby, expert, bench, scratch, lady, basket, order, buddy, kiss, dancer, circus, candy

  20. Plurals –s, -es, -iesbaby, expert, bench, scratch, lady, basket, order, buddy, kiss, dancer, circus, candy

  21. Plurals –s, -es, -iesbaby, expert, bench, scratch, lady, basket, order, buddy, kiss, dancer, circus, candy

  22. Plurals –s, -es, -iesbaby, expert, bench, scratch, lady, basket, order, buddy, kiss, dancer, circus, candy

  23. Plurals –s, -es, -iesbaby, expert, bench, scratch, lady, basket, order, buddy, kiss, dancer, circus, candy

  24. Plurals –s, -es, -iesbaby, expert, bench, scratch, lady, basket, order, buddy, kiss, dancer, circus, candy

  25. Plurals –s, -es, -iesbaby, expert, bench, scratch, lady, basket, order, buddy, kiss, dancer, circus, candy

  26. Plurals –s, -es, -iesbaby, expert, bench, scratch, lady, basket, order, buddy, kiss, dancer, circus, candy

  27. Plurals –s, -es, -iesbaby, expert, bench, scratch, lady, basket, order, buddy, kiss, dancer, circus, candy

  28. Plurals –s, -es, -iesbaby, expert, bench, scratch, lady, basket, order, buddy, kiss, dancer, circus, candy

  29. Plurals –s, -es, -iesbaby, expert, bench, scratch, lady, basket, order, buddy, kiss, dancer, circus, candy

  30. Plurals –s, -es, -iesbaby, expert, bench, scratch, lady, basket, order, buddy, kiss, dancer, circus, candy

  31. mixes corners germs hitches stories roses dishes perches centers lilies armies gerbils puppies buses cents Plurals –s, -es, -ies

  32. Let Talk About Working Together!

  33. Author’s Purpose • An author has a reason for writing. • An author can write to inform or explain something. • An author can write to entertain. • An author can write to describe something. • An author can write to convince the reader to think or act in a certain way.

  34. The Mango Tree

  35. Daily Fix-It • the donkey didnt have any food • The donkey didn’t have any food. • he mised his lunchs • He missed his lunches.

  36. Plural Nouns That Change Spelling • A singular noun names one person, place, animal, or thing. • A plural noun names more than one person, place, animal, or thing. • Some nouns change spelling to name more than one.

  37. man men leaf leaves tooth teeth woman women wife wives child children foot feet mouse mice goose geese loaf loaves Plural Nouns That Change Spelling

  38. Bremen Town MusiciansMonday

  39. Bremen Town MusiciansTuesday

  40. Bremen Town MusiciansTuesday

  41. Today we will learn about: • new amazing words, • plurals, • author’s purpose, • story structure, • high-frequency words, • vocabulary, and • plural nouns that change spelling

  42. Bremen Town Musicians

  43. miserable • mis – er – a – ble • If you are miserable, you are very, very unhappy. Something that is miserable causes great unhappiness. • Pat was miserable about missing school that day. • Sally has a miserable cold.

  44. struggle • strug – gle • If you struggle, you work hard to do something difficult. If you have a struggle, you have some very hard work to get something done. • The swimmer struggled hard against the big waves. • It is a struggle for me to save money from my allowance.

  45. depend • de – pend • When you depend on someone or something, you count on or trust that person or thing. • I depend on my alarm clock to wake me up in the morning. • A kitten depends on its mother for food and protection.

  46. Plurals –s, -es, -ies • To make most words plural, you will add an –s. • If the word ends in with sh, ch, tch, ss, s, or x, you will add an –es. • If the word ends with one consonant and a y, change the y to an i and add –es.

  47. buddies jobs hours dishes supplies classmates messes lunches chores Plurals –s, -es, -ies

  48. Plurals –s, -es, -iesdish, buddy, job, hour, mess, supply, classmate, chore, lunch

  49. Plurals –s, -es, -iesdish, buddy, job, hour, mess, supply, classmate, chore, lunch

  50. Plurals –s, -es, -iesdish, buddy, job, hour, mess, supply, classmate, chore, lunch